Malvern [mawl-vern, maw- for 1; mal-vern for 2] Examples noun
- an urban area in W England, SW of Birmingham: mineral springs; incorporated into Malvern Hills 1974.
- a town in central Arkansas.
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Some one told me that he was gone or going to the Water Doctor at Malvern.
“Run up to your room, my dear,” said good-natured Lady Malvern.
Mrs. L. T. Meade
On the day of landing they took part in an engagement at Malvern Hill.
For the first time since Malvern Hill, our forces had the advantage of position.
George T. Stevens
Within half a block of the streetcar line on Malvern an early spring had encouraged plowing of a 200 foot square garden.
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British Dictionary definitions for malvern Malvern noun
- a town and resort in W England, in S Worcestershire on the E slopes of the Malvern Hills : annual dramatic festival; mineral springs. Pop: 35 588 (2001)